Thu, 16 Nov 2023, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (BST)
14a Long Row, Nottingham, NG12DH
'Talking Health: Decolonising Healthcare' - a conversation between Dr Annabel Sowemimo, author of 'Divided', and Micha Frazer-Carroll, author of 'Mad World'.
Join this discussion to learn more about how anti-racist and disability justice movements are fighting for a decolonial healthcare.
Micha Frazer-Carroll is a columnist at the Independent. She has previously edited for gal-dem, the Guardian and Blueprint, a mental health magazine that she founded. Micha has also written for Vogue, HuffPost, Huck and Dazed. She was nominated for the Comment Awards’ Fresh New Voice of the Year Award, and the Observer/Anthony Burgess Award for Arts Criticism. She is invested in using journalism to challenge systems of power. Her debut, Mad world, has been described by Dazed as a radical antidote to the constraints of our current conceptualisation of mental health.
Dr Annabel Sowemimo is a doctor, academic, activist, and writer. Her book, Divided, exposes the racial biases of medicine that affect our everyday lives and provides an illuminating insight into how our world works, and who it works for. As well as being a sexual and reproductive health registrar in the NHS, she is also the founder of community-based organisation Reproductive Justice Initiative.
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